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i can. >> carolyn with is with you too? >> caller: yes. >> carolyn, tell us your last time. >> caller: towel et. >> what is your job? ? >> caller: president of clinton county women. chair of the precinct. and i have been on the central committee for many years. >> all right. is it your precinct that still has not reported the official results? >> caller: no, it is not mine. i received a call at about 12:20 from the state central committee asking if i knew how to get a hold of someone from 22. that time they gave me a name and i tried calling, because it is late here. they were in bed. and the claire was also in bed. >> so what you are saying is -- >> caller: so i came to edith's home and pounded on the door and woke her up and got her up. >> so edith, tell bus this precinct tp is it in clinton county still not reporting the results? >> caller: no. the results from -- it is clinton second ward second precin precinct. and the results were called in at 7:48 p.m. this evening. >> so what you are saying is that all of the precincts in clinton county have under fact reported, is
, we're bringing in carolyn mckinny, the chairman of republican caucus of new hampshire and is here to continue our discussion regarding the countdown to the new hampshire primary. welcome to the program. guest: thank you, it is great to be here. host: what is the republican liberty colchis? guest: we are a grass-roots organization and we are dedicated to promoting and advancing the traditional republican principles of limited government, personal responsibility, and free enterprise within the new hampshire republican party, the state legislature, and the general public here in new hampshire. we do that through a variety of activities including supporting candidates for elective office, legislative activism, media outreach, and public education efforts. host: the parent organization has endorsed ron paul. will the rlc of new hampshire make a separate endorsement? guest: actually, as a state organization, we focus specifically on the state of new hampshire. our endorsements are limited to state offices like governors and state senators and house representatives. it is just the republ
the republican party. in clinton county. edith, can you hear me? >> yes, i can. >> carolyn is with you, too. >> yes, i received a call at about 12:20 from the state central committee asking if i knew how to get a hold of someone from 2-2. at that time they gave me a name and i tried calling because it's late here. they were in bed and the chair was also in bed. >> so, what you're saying is -- >> gave the information so i came to edith's home and pounded on the door and woke her up and got her up. >> who won? >> mitt romney won with 51 votes. rick santorum and ron paul tied with 33 votes each. >> so, that's 51-33. if this is the missing precinct, wolf, add it up there. mitt romney wins by 20 something votes. >> what is the total for clinton county, romney, santorum, paul? >> oh -- i haven't -- oh, i added them up. i added them up a couple times. oh, man. i showed romney. >>ing up with a total of 437 votes for clinton county. santorum had 354. . perry had 73. paul had 292. huntsman 12. gingrich 151. michele bachmann 62. and there were 5 votes for herman cain. >> the numbers we just received f
the votes carolyn tallet. >> we have two women calling in and we have called them from clinton county, from the republican party in clinton county. edith, can you hear me? >> yes, i can. >> and now carolyn is with you now? >> yes, i received a call at about 12:20 from the state central committee asking if i knew how to get a hold of someone from 22. and that time, they gave me a name and i tried calling, because it was late here, they were in bed and the chair was also in bed. so i wanted to rely the information, so i came to edith's home and pounded on the door and got her up. >> and who won? >> mitt romney won with 51 votes. t ri then rick santorum and ron paul tied with 33 each. >> if this is the missing precinct, wolf, mitt romney wins by 20-something votes. >> what is the total for clinton ko county, and romney, santorum and paul. >> oh. are they correct? >> i haven't -- well, god, i oohooh -- i added them up a couple of times, and oh, man, i show romney coming up with a total of 437 votes from clinton county, and santorum had 354. perry had 73. ch paul had 292. huntsman, 12. and gingr
can. >> carolyn is with you as well? >> question. yes. i received a call from about 12:20 from the state central committee asking if i knew how to get ahold of someone from 2-2. at that time they gave me a name, and i tried calling because it's late here. they were in bed. and the chair was also in bed. i needed information, so i came to edith's home and pounded on the door and woke her up and got her up. >> ward 2, precinct 2. who won? >> mitt romney won with 51 votes. rick santorum and ron paul tied with 33 votes each. >> so that's 51 to 33. if this is the missing precinct, wolf, add it up there, mitt romney wins by 20-something votes. >> what's the total for clinton county, romney, santorum, paul? >> oh. are they correct? i haven't done -- i -- oh, god, i added them up. i added them up a couple times. oh, man. i show romney coming up with a total of 437 votes. from clinton county. santorum had 354. perry had 73. paul had 292. huntsman, 12. gingrich, 151. michele bachmann, 62. and there were five votes for herman cain. >> the numbers we just received from the county chairwoma
program called "cnn after dark." >> well, no word on whether edith and carolyn will take us up on the "cnn after dark" because it would be a great show. randi, what do you think? >> i think it is a great idea. let's get them under contract those two ladies. >> such a great night and incredible morning there. randi, i hand it over to you for randi, i hand it over to you for "cnn newsroom" to continue. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> hello, i'm randi kay and it is 1:00 eastern and we have a busy hour ahead. next stop is the new hampshire and there is a new face on board the mitt romney express. and then john mccain who defeated him in the granite state will now endorse mitt romney. this is six days ahead of the primary of 2012. and the governor holds a huge lead in the polling in contrast to iowa where he squeaked out a victory in the caucuses last night by the smallest margin of any presidential contest ever. much more on that in a moment. the guy whose job romney wants is right now in the suburb of cleveland to talk about the economy. we will hear from president obama live at a q
you tomorrow on "good morning america." >> carolyn: in the news, several late night fires, find out who investigators think is behind the string of arsons. six members of occupy oakland are arrested during a march last night in downtown area. join us
be maddening but career coach carolyn levine advises to be proactive. don't be afraid to ask when you can expect to hear from them. who should you follow up with? if you're upfront about it, they may respect you more for that and you won't just be sitting by the phone. you will have a list of things to do. it's often a waiting game of at least a week or two, but levine says even the best companies have candidates that sometimes fall through the cracks. meaning it takes time. or they need to wait for a key d decisionmaker to come back with salary requirements or how long they can offer a contract and budgets have to be sorted out or they have to finish the roster of interviews. for instance, this is an obvious one, but send a thank you note in the first 24 hours. and, yes, in this day and age e-mail is fine. it doesn't have to be on painer. then you can wait five business days to follow up with the person who actually interviewed you, and just check in with them and say how is it going? i'm literally just checking in. suzanne? >> within 24 hours, huh? that's quick turnaround. just send it
night when a couple of iowa republican officials named carolyn and edith saved the day. >> i added them up a couple times. oh, man. >> reporter: they explained a glitch that cleared up the mystery of some missing returns that put mitt romney over the top. >> these are the final numbers. >> what do you mean the numbers don't match? >> i'll explain it. >> reporter: by 3:30 in the morning caucus coverage was temporarily renamed cnn after dark. news music. it was replaced by barry white. bill anderson wasn't loving this gizmo. >> media. >> again with the social media screen. my lord. this is the third hit. i still don't understand what the hell this thing shows. >> reporter: anderson had his weebles in a knott. jeanne moos, cnn, new york. >>> as you just saw, caucus nietd in iowa would not have been the same without caroline and edith, they are the republican official alzheimer's that went that extra mile to relay critical voting information to the state's republican party. they knew they had the vote tally for a missing precinct. edith was asleep but that didn't stop caroline. >> i took of
worked hard in getting everything together. carolyn and jane, i have to mention to all of you. why does it take so long? every packet is individual in terms of numbers of things and percentages of things. i really appreciate their help. is not glamorous work. thank you very much. [applause] before we go through the packets, i would like to talk about a few general comments regarding the caucuses coming up. if you have not had a chance to meet your counterpart tonight, please try to do so before you leave. the caucus chairs -- we were saying it was important for you to come. secretaries, also crucial. reporters, it was not necessary for you to attend if any of you are hereby you are welcome. if you could maybe look on the list and find their name and if you happen to see them get a chance to introduce ourselves to them. thank you all for your service and dedication. i really appreciate and i know it is a busy time of year for all of us. january 3 would not be my choice. we were put in that predicament. we had to step it up a little bit and i appreciate you taking the time. this is a gras
this photo. should we maybe check our spelling, at least? we have a photo from carolyn scruggs of atlanta, georgia. which one of these would you choose? >> wow. >> it's a real law firm. >> slappey & sad. >> real law firm in georgia. seriously, if you looked at that, would you -- >> we have a camera man named slappy. >> yes, we do. >> hey! >> i think i'd go for sad at that point. >> slappy, lean in. slappy. okay. thank you. >> everybody needs a slappy or two. >> depends on the day. laura from brooklyn, new york, sent us this photo. i could probably recommend a few people that need this. seriously. hello. >> that, i love. >> denise from lakewood, ohio, submitted this photo. come on. he's just doing his job. i think he got the last word there. >> i bet you he did. >> that's kind of rough. >> that's how you quit. >> how is that working out for you? >> don't forget, send your photos into "what the what?" we want to see them. >>> our "who knew?" trivia game helps you sharpen the mind and cut the calories. >> and how to lose 14 pounds without even exercising. >> is that true? >> that's what they
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